- Medal for Gallantry (Greece)
Medal for Gallantry
Projected design for the medal
Awarded by Greece Type Military decoration Awarded for Heroic acts on the battlefield Statistics Established 1974 Precedence Next (higher) Order of the Phoenix Next (lower) Cross of Valour
Ribbon bar of the medal
This medal may be awarded for proven heroic acts on the battlefield, in the performance of ordered military action in which life was in obvious and immediate danger, or an act which greatly exceeds the performance of duty and draws the admiration and appreciation of superiors, subordinates or the public.
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- ^ "Law 376/74 "On Military Medals"". National Printing Office. http://www.et.gr/idocs-nph/search/pdfViewerForm.html?args=5C7QrtC22wHxY9m0TgvYxHdtvSoClrL8qch8ztD7IMbtIl9LGdkF53UIxsx942CdyqxSQYNuqAGCF0IfB9HI6hq6ZkZV96FIDrqIzsJ1O0cD3g92lH58TfijaRh_8HG59-CVhpNOfy0..
Decorations of Greece Orders Gallantry and
Cross for the War of Independence 1821–29 • Cross for the Bavarian Auxiliary Corps • Medal for the Constitution of 1843 • Medal for the Greco-Turkish War of 1912–13 • Medal for the Greco-Bulgarian War • Medal for the Macedonian Struggle • Inter-Allied Victory Medal • Royal Hellenic Navy Campaign Cross • Maritime War Cross • Medal for the War of 1940–1941 • Medal for the War of 1941–1945 • Medal for the National Resistance • United Nations Korea Medal • Centenary Memorial Medal of the Greek Royal Family
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